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FERRARI Alessandro

Law degree from the Faculty of Law of the University of Modena (1993), Doctorate in ecclesiastical disciplines at the University of Milan (1999); Doctorate in canon law from the University of Paris (Paris XI) (2003); Researcher at the University of Milan (1999-2000), Researcher in ecclesiastical disciplines at the Faculty of Law of the University of Milan (1999-2005)
Associate professor of ecclesiastical and canon law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Insubria since September 1, 2005.

In 1995, he received the Arturo Carlo Jemolo Prize for the best article published by a “young author” in ecclesiastical disciplines (Islam and the Republic, or rather a question for French separatism, in “Quaderni di Legge eologia Ecclesiastica”, 1996/1 , pp. 113-161).

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Comparative study on religious freedom across the two Mediterranean shores (Como and Varese)

The Research Centre “Religion, Law and Economy in the Mediterranean Area” (“Religioni, Diritti ed Economie nello Spazio Mediterraneo” – REDESM), established within the University of Insubria, aims to foster and develop research, knowledge exchange and education projects related to religious pluralism in the Mediterranean area, with the objective of achieving a better mutual knowledge among different religions, cultures and societies living in this key geopolitical region.

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